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· November, 2011

Stories about Liberia from November, 2011

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Liberia: Giving Free Press a Second Chance

20 November 2011

The judgment in the controversial media closure case in Liberia gave justice a rare opportunity to prevail. On November 7 the Liberian government shut down three media houses for allegedly spreading hate messages likely to incite violence.

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Liberia: Who Did Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Win Against?

14 November 2011

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf won re-election on Thursday in a presidential run-off boycotted by the opposition in Liberia. The main opposition figure, Winston Tubman, is seeking legal options to have President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf's re-election annulled.

Liberia: For the Liberiaphiles

9 November 2011

A post for the Liberiaphiles from Chris: “Yesterday’s vote was marred by violence the day before. It looks like badly-trained and led police are to blame, but we will see.”

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Liberia: To Vote or Not to Vote?

8 November 2011

As the clock was ticking toward Liberia's scheduled November 8 presidential run-off, a cloud of doubt and uncertainty seemed to be engulfing the process. To vote or not to vote, that is the question that Liberian voters had to deal with before today's vote.

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